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B.4 Thin covering assemblies over waterproofing layers in mortar beds according to DIN 18195

The sloped support structure is protected against permeating water with a waterproofing assembly that meets the requirements of DIN 18195. Schlüter®-TROBA-PLUS 8G is installed as a drainage membrane between the waterproofing layer and the load distribution layer (screed) to drain away seepage. This load distribution layer of sand and cement screed or pervious mortar is installed as a thin layer, using the Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-DRAIN system. The natural stone pavers are embedded in the fresh mortar.

Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-DRAIN and mortar bed installation on area drainage with Schlüter®-TROBA-PLUS 8G

  1. Capillary layer

  2. Concrete slab

  3. Sloped screed

    The construction has to be sufficiently sloped (1.5 - 2%) to allow for proper drainage.

  4. Waterproofing assembly according to DIN 18195.

  5. Schlüter®-TROBA-PLUS 8G

    Passive capillary area drainage for the effective drainage of seepage and ventilation. It is important to ensure a drainage channel.

  6. Schlüter®-BEKOTEC-DRAIN

    Thin mortar layer, installed as a system for damage free and functionally secure tile and natural stone coverings, directly applied in the fresh mortar bed with a contact layer of cement mortar or pervious mortar, with high water permeability.

  7. Ceramic tiles or natural stone pavers

    Direct installation in the green load distribution layer.

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